The Iqaluit Public Transit system operated from July 2003 to January 2005 to provide public transportation in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada. Mounting costs and low ridership forced city council to cancel the service in late 2004 and it ceased operations in January 2005.
Iqaluit previously operated bus services in the 1980s, and again during the Arctic Winter Games.
After paying approximately $137 thousand dollars for the service, the city had concluded that if they were to give taxi vouchers to every resident they would save almost $100,000 annually.
The topic of proving bus service is still considered in Iqaluit, as the city council members discussed it in December 2010.